Detroit Quadruple Murderer Who Killed Himself Had Rap Sheet Back to Teen Years





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George Anthony Davis

George Anthony Davis, 27, who fatally shot three people at a Detroit Sunoco gas station Monday morning, then killed a fourth at a home nearby, had a criminal past. He ended up killing himself in Ohio following a police chase.

Davis’ rap sheet dates back to 2008 when he was a teenager, and includes arrests and felony convictions for crimes including receiving and concealing a stolen vehicle, home invasion and multiple burglaries, reports Breanne Palmerini of WXYZ.

Davis shot and killed the Cierra Bargineer, the mother of his child, her father, Deacon Raphael Hall, 60, and 21-year-old Kristen Thomas, at the gas station. He then went to a nearby home and killed Davis is accused of then going to a nearby home and killing his cousin, Jaymon Thomas, 22. 

He then carjacked a woman in Van Buren Township and drove to Perrysburg, Ohio where officers said he turned the gun on himself. He died shortly arriving at the hospital. 

Police said that Davis wouldn't accept that the relationship was over with Bargineer.

Read more:  WXYZ






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